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FreedomWorks Holds Yadkin Co. Chapter Meeting
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FreedomWorks Holds Yadkin Co. Chapter Meeting

Yadkinville NC.  Twenty FreedomWorks activists met to hear from State Senator Don East.  The discussion turned to  how the elections should be a wake-up call for all conservatives and bring them back on message.  There is concern that taxes and regulations will increase next year, with some Democrats already crying about a shortfall in the state's budget.

11/15/2006
Medved on Minimum Wage
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Medved on Minimum Wage

Michael Medved has a great write up on potential minimum wage increases.

11/13/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina Hands Out Literature on Election Day
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Hands Out Literature on Election Day

NORTH CAROLINA. Last Tuesday, FreedomWorks North Carolina wrapped up an election-season voter education and mobilization campaign that reached statewide. Photos below are two FreedomWorks members, Roy Loflin and Peggy Boose, working near the polls on Election Day 2006.  

11/13/2006
Local trends, developments and keys to success arise from vote
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Local trends, developments and keys to success arise from vote

BY STEVE LAW and PETER WONG

Nine things that turned up in Tuesday's election, which not only produced Democratic majorities in the U.S. Congress and the Oregon House, but some not-so-obvious trends and developments: Local Democrats make a comeback Marion County Democrats made a resurgence of sorts. The election of Brian Clem of Salem in House District 21 raises to three the number of Democrats in the Marion County delegation. He joins Betty Komp of Woodburn, who was re-elected in House District 22.

11/11/2006
Q & A: The MMS Plan for Offshore Oil Drilling
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Q & A: The MMS Plan for Offshore Oil Drilling

Questions and Answers

11/10/2006
Doug Lamborn wins a seat in Congress
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Doug Lamborn wins a seat in Congress

Doug Lamborn handily won a Congressional seat last night in the 5th Congressional District in Colorado. He was one of the first candidates to participate in our Candidate Survey and indicated that he supports modernizing Social Security and Medicare, tort reform, strong property rights and pledged to vote against any tax increases. He was also a strong supporter of FreedomWorks' effort to fight Referendum C in 2005. We wish him success in Congress and look forward to continuing our friendship. 

11/08/2006
NRO on FreedomWorks election Wrap Up
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NRO on FreedomWorks election Wrap Up

You can find the audio and pictures of this event HERE. National Review Online has coverage of the event HERE. By the Numbers... [Stephen Spruiell] At a luncheon on the Hill today sponsored by

11/08/2006
Tax Shell Game
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Tax Shell Game

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11/07/2006
Tax Shell Game
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Tax Shell Game

BY Richard W. Rahn

If a politician does not vote to extend or make permanent the 2003 Bush tax cuts that are now set to expire at the end of 2010, is he or she voting for a tax increase? Most Republicans will say "yes" and most Democrats will say "no." When it comes to tax increases, all too many Democrats, sounding like Bill Clinton, basically respond, in essence, by saying, "How do you define tax increase?"

11/07/2006
Spending limit, tax cut would reduce Oregon spending
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Spending limit, tax cut would reduce Oregon spending

BY Brad Cain (AP)

Oregon voters weighed two measures Tuesday that would have a great impact on the state's finances. Measure 48 would place a tough new limit on spending by the state government. And Measure 41 would reduce state income taxes by giving Oregonians the same personal income tax deductions as on their federal returns.

11/07/2006

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